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Guilt-Free Vegan Cookbook Contest

For a chance to win PETA’s Guilt-Free Vegan Cookbook Contest, tell us how will you use this cookbook to save animals’ lives.

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Radio Mantra’s Adoption Campaign Fetches Coveted Award

Our friends at Radio Mantra 91.9 FM just won two coveted awards from the India Radio Forum for their compassionate Chaar Footiya Dost ad campaign!

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Kendriya Vidyalaya Schools to Incorporate PETA’s Humane-Education Programme

Experts advise that learning kindness to animals helps children become compassionate adults.

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This Himalayan Tribe Has Been Vegan for 5,000 Years

Take a glimpse into the vegan life of the 5,000-year-old Himalayan Brokpa tribe.

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Beauty Often Blinds People to Cruelty

Pledge today never to wear or purchase exotic skins again.

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‘India Dance Week’ Supports PETA Campaign Against Zoos

Sandip Soparrkar and other dancers want freedom for tigers suffering in zoos. Check out how they helped.

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SC Stays Kerala Government’s Planned Scheme to Legalise 289 Captive Elephants

PETA India’s advocate had earlier fired off a legal notice to the Kerala government warning it against encouraging illegal elephant capture.

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PETA Founder Transforms Herself Into A Bloodied, Dying ‘Chicken’

Wearing a “bloodied” chicken costume and lying with her throat “slit” on a chopping board next to a giant meat cleaver, PETA India founder Ingrid Newkirk reminded passers-by yesterday …

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Cricketer Kartik Murali to Receive PETA’s Compassionate Athlete Award

In recognition of Kartik Murali’s efforts to encourage the public to follow his lead by going meat-free, PETA India will be presenting the cricketer with a Compassionate Athlete Award. …

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Kapil Sharma Is PETA’s Person of the Year

As host of the smash hit Comedy Nights With Kapil, actor, singer and producer Kapil Sharma has brought home many a top prize, and now he’ll have one more …

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